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Donald Trump escalates his extreme anti-immigrant rhetoric at recent rallies

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  • Donald Trump creates controversy and is compared to Hitler.
  • His extreme rhetoric is escalating.
  • His anti-immigrant stance sparks controversy.

On the weekend of December 16, less than a month before the Iowa caucuses, Donald Trump is escalating his anti-immigrant rhetoric to a disturbing level.

The main Republican contender stated that immigrants are «poisoning the blood» of the United States.

These polarizing statements are concerning voters and political experts.

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Trump’s incendiary rhetoric, in which he singles out immigrants and criticizes democracy, adds another level of tension to presidential race.

On Saturday, December 16, the former president again made disparaging comments about immigrants, mostly from Africa, Asia and South America.

Using language that is being compared to dictators, he stated that they are polluting the country.

These statements sparked concern and reignited debate over his radical policies.

Trump is compared to Hitler

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The former president’s remarks increase tension around immigration issues and raise concerns about normalizing his discriminatory language.

His speeches are being compared to Nazi Germany and they are intensifying political debate and public concern about the tone of the discussion.

Experts point out that he is mimicking passages from Hitler’s Mein Kampf, where he calls for racial purity and accuses Jews of «poisoning» German blood.

Many feel that these comments are dangerous.

He talks about ‘purity’

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“We have to clean up our country,” Trump told thousands of supporters gathered at a “commit to caucus” campaign event in Reno, Nevada.

Trump previously used that phrase in an interview with a conservative outlet, and his repeating it at a rally suggests a possible addition to his repertoire.

Last month, he drew criticism by describing his political rivals as a «vermin,» a term with anti-Semitic connotations linked to Nazi rhetoric.

His use of this language is more disturbing as he could return to the White House in 2024.

Trump vows to send troops to the border

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Trump stated that he plans to move «thousands of troops currently stationed overseas in countries that don’t like us» to the border.

This statement joins numerous sweeping promises made at campaign events without providing details on their implementation, according to CNN.

The lack of detailed information on how he will carry out these proposals raises uncertainty and questions about the viability of his plans.

Trump’s increasing extremism has sparked criticism and debate about the impact of his proposed policies.

He also plans a massive deportation operation

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Trump reaffirmed his commitment to stricter immigration policies at several campaign rallies.

During a fiery rally in New Hampshire, he spoke more about how he wants to deal with immigrants.

Trump promised a «major deportation operation» on his first day back in the White House, if he is reelected.

In his speech, Trump expressed his determination to end, what he called the Biden administration’s open border policies.

Trump lashes out at Biden

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Trump, who is leading his Republican rivals in the polls, focused most of his time at the Reno event on attacking Biden.

This provides insight into his future strategy, focused on possible attacks against his potential Democratic rival in the general election.

According to ABC News, he accused Biden of «failures, disasters, heartless betrayals and a thing called inflation.»

This aggressive approach seeks to highlight Biden’s alleged flaws, cementing his position as a Republican leader and laying the groundwork for the presidential campaign.

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